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America's Cup: A taste of the Summer of 2021 America's Cup: A taste of the Summer of 2021 America's Cup have published a new video highlighting the three America's Cup regattas America's Cup have published a new video highlighting the three America's Cup regattas due to be held in Auckland starting December 17, 2020. It features video for all four teams - three Challengers and the Defender. by 36th America's Cup Media Posted 24 Jun 01:35 PDT Jason Andrews & Shawn Dougherty on the Salish 200 Jason Andrews & Shawn Dougherty on the Salish 200 A conversation with Jason Andrews and Shawn Dougherty on the 2020 Salish 200 I checked in with Shawn Dougherty, co-skipper of the J/125 Hamachi and an organizer of the 2020 Salish 200, via email, to learn more about this exciting distance-sailing “non-race”. by David Schmidt Posted 23 Jun 08:00 PDT J/24 US National Championships shift one year J/24 US National Championships shift one year Now to be sailed in September 2021 at Malletts Bay Boat Club USJCA and Malletts Bay Boat Club in Vermont have determined, because of the varying levels of infection and disruption across the world, that the 2020 J/24 US National Championship scheduled for September 24-27 will be sailed in September 2021. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 24 Jun 07:59 PDT Stu & David earn Tokyo 2020 Games selection Stu & David earn Tokyo 2020 Games selection Men's 470 Olympic Trials based on the results of the first two selection events On Tuesday, June 23, US Sailing announced revisions to their Selection Procedures, which included the conclusion of the Men's 470 Olympic Trials based on the results of the first two selection events. by Brittney Manning Posted 24 Jun 06:34 PDT Another Quaranteam Regatta in the books Another Quaranteam Regatta in the books Wednesday Night Fleet Racing resumes for Supporters and their bubbles This weekend Oakcliff hosted a Grade 5 Match Race regatta following our established "Quaranteam Regatta" protocol. by Oakcliff Sailing Posted 24 Jun 06:20 PDT Major range upgrade at Highfield Boats Major range upgrade at Highfield Boats Doubling down on a growth strategy with a raft of new model launches The world's leading aluminium RIB supplier, Highfield Boats, has announced a huge range upgrade as it looks to the future of the RIB and support tender sector. by Highfield Boats Co Ltd Posted 24 Jun 04:00 PDT Join the Superyacht Cup Palma 25th anniversary Join the Superyacht Cup Palma 25th anniversary Back on the race course this time next year! Last week would have seen a fleet of some of the world's most spectacular superyachts racing in the Bay of Palma and groups of friends, family and race crew mingling in the popular regatta village. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 24 Jun 03:13 PDT World Sailing to hold Mid-Year Meeting in secret World Sailing to hold Mid-Year Meeting in secret The parlous state of World Sailing's finances will be discussed in a closed Mid Year meeting The beleaguered World Sailing is to hold its Mid-Year Meeting in secret. A Council member and Chairman of the Classes Committee, Markus Schwendtner has circulated a letter calling for the meeting to be open to observers. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 24 Jun 02:37 PDT US Sailing updates Tokyo 2020 selection procedures US Sailing updates Tokyo 2020 selection procedures Revisions focus on three classes for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team As a result of the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, US Sailing has updated the Athlete Selection Procedures for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team in accordance with Guiding Principles from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC). by Brittney Manning Posted 24 Jun 02:28 PDT Rooster Home Hacks Competition Rooster Home Hacks Competition One week left to enter and your chance of winning ?150! Have a spare minute or two? Fancy winning ?150 worth of Rooster kit? All from the comfort of your own home, we want to know your most ingenious marine-related hack, trick or tit-bit. by Rooster Posted 24 Jun 00:31 PDT Planet Sail Episode 4 Planet Sail Episode 4 Exclusive interview with double America's Cup winner Ernesto Bertarelli Alinghi boss and founder Ernesto Bertarelli rarely does interviews, but in my exclusive meeting with the man who won the America's Cup twice and started a Cup revolution in the process, he reveals his views of the past present and future in the Cup world. by Matt Sheahan Posted 23 Jun 21:41 PDT 2020 Online Newport Bermuda winners declared 2020 Online Newport Bermuda winners declared Online Race winners in four divisions with 300+ finishers A large fleet of virtual sailboats completed the 2020 Online Newport Bermuda Race off the east end of Bermuda between last night and this morning in a gradually lightening southwest breeze, and winners were decided in four divisions. by John Burnham Posted 23 Jun 15:29 PDT Save the date for the 29th Block Island Race Week Save the date for the 29th Block Island Race Week Expected to include handicap, one-design, multi-hull, and performance cruising classes While many races on the 2020 calendar have been canceled or are in doubt, we would all like to have something to look forward to. So with one year to go, we are announcing the dates of the Storm Trysail Club Block Island Race Week. by Storm Trysail Club Posted 23 Jun 13:15 PDT What's it like to join the I14 fleet? What's it like to join the I14 fleet? Sailor profile and interview with newcomers Jock and Emily Sailor profile and interview with newcomers Jock and Emily by Luke Boughton Posted 23 Jun 10:36 PDT America's Cup: Te Kahu turns in the dry laps America's Cup: Te Kahu turns in the dry laps Last Tuesday, Emirates Team NZ finished their block of development on their test boat Te Kahua Last Tuesday, Emirates Team New Zealand finished their block of development on their test boat Te Kahu with some racing practice on part of Course C, between North Head and Orakei Wharf. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 23 Jun 06:46 PDT Entry opens for Melges 24 Bushwhacker Cup Entry opens for Melges 24 Bushwhacker Cup Atlantic & Gulf Coast Regional Championships at Pensacola YC in November The Notice of Race for the Pensacola Yacht Club's 2nd annual Bushwhacker Cup has been posted and entries are now open. The regatta, which serves as the Atlantic & Gulf Coast Regional Championships, is scheduled for November 13-15, 2020. by Talbot Wilson, Pensacola Yacht Club Posted 23 Jun 05:56 PDT Caleb Paine steps away from Tokyo 2020 Campaign Caleb Paine steps away from Tokyo 2020 Campaign Turning his focus to other areas of the sport After a long, successful career competing for the US Sailing Team in the Finn class, Caleb Paine (San Diego, Calif.) has decided to end his campaign for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and turn his focus to other areas of the sport. by Brittney Manning Posted 23 Jun 05:13 PDT IKA approves Flysurfer VMG2 IKA approves Flysurfer VMG2 The Flysurfer VMG2 is the world's first Two-Level foil kite with a supported profile technology. After a successful factory inspection, the following Flysurfer RAM-Air kites have been approved by the IKA Technical Committee as registered series production equipment for the IKA Formula Kite Class. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 23 Jun 04:16 PDT Trade In Trade Up to New Sails This Summer Trade In Trade Up to New Sails This Summer Up to 20% off a new North sail purchased during the months of June and July 2020 Whether you race, cruise, or enjoy a bit of both, North Sails has the best products for your needs. This promotion is for up to 20% off a new North sail purchased during the months of June and July 2020. by North Sails Posted 23 Jun 04:00 PDT NA's oldest Annual regatta moved to late August NA's oldest Annual regatta moved to late August The most enduring event in North American sailing The most enduring event in North American sailing got off to an inauspicious start on July 16, 1846. Beset by light air, Louis Depau's 44-ton sloop Mist was the only one of 14 starters to finish first race of the New York YC's inaugural Annual Regatta. by Stuart Streuli Posted 23 Jun 03:37 PDT RS:X IP rights transfer keeps the class still open RS:X IP rights transfer keeps the class still open NeilPryde Ltd. transfers the RS:X IP to the International RS:X Windsurfing Class Association NeilPryde Ltd. transfers the RS:X IP (Intellectual Property) to the International RS:X Windsurfing Class Association. During the worldwide Covid-19 lockdown, the RS:X Class Association has continued to work in the background in supporting its sailors by The International RS:X Class Association Posted 23 Jun 03:06 PDT FLIR launches Raymarine Axiom+ MFDs FLIR launches Raymarine Axiom+ MFDs Axiom+ offers superior visibility and upgraded performance FLIR Systems announced today Raymarine Axiom+, a powerful series of multifunction displays (MFDs) for anglers, cruisers, and sailors, plus updated Raymarine LightHouse? Charts cartography, bringing new levels of clarity and control to marine navigation. by Raymarine Posted 22 Jun 17:17 PDT Sailing is freedom Sailing is freedom We can all mess about in or on any type of boat or board It seems 'The Great Grass Roots Revival?' and 'Messing about in boats' had quite an impact. With my own eyes I see what is happening on my doorstep with more activity on the water than I've seen in years, but this was just the microcosm that I live in. by Mark Jardine Posted 22 Jun 14:00 PDT World Sailing confirms IOC financial support World Sailing confirms IOC financial support In addressing the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, has received confirmation of financial support from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) following constructive dialogue. by World Sailing Posted 22 Jun 09:17 PDT Morty chats on Happy Hour with Stretch and Stirfry Morty chats on Happy Hour with Stretch and Stirfry The lads catch up with one of yachting's most consistent winners This week, the lads catch up with one of yachting's most consistent winners; Morty (Peter Morton) who has more wins under his belt than any other northern hemisphere yachtsman. by Stretch & Stir Fry Posted 22 Jun 08:00 PDT Southern Spars and Magma Structures join forces Southern Spars and Magma Structures join forces Southern Spars join forces with Magma Structures to deliver a new generation of Dynarigs Southern Spars, a North Technology Group company, has announced they have joined forces with Magma Structures to deliver a new generation of DynaRigs. by Southern Spars Posted 22 Jun 06:32 PDT In conversation with Chips Howarth In conversation with Chips Howarth Cyclops Marine bring together wireless sensor technology and sailing expertise Founded in September 2018, Cyclops Marine brings together wireless sensor technology and sailing expertise, with the aim to be the industry standard in yacht load sensing. by Mark Jardine Posted 22 Jun 06:00 PDT Public voting for GKA Distance Battle cancelled Public voting for GKA Distance Battle cancelled External manipulation confirmed by the IT team The worldwide interest in the GKA Distance Battle - a new and exciting format of a real competition battled out via video heats, has been incredible! by Kate Chandler, Svetlana Romanstova Posted 22 Jun 05:32 PDT Marine Auctions June Online Auction and News Marine Auctions June Online Auction and News A preview of a special offering we have coming up in our July Online Auction In this weeks enews, not only are we reminding you of the great vessels and marina berths we have on offer, but also giving you a preview of a special offering we have coming up in our July Online Auction. by Marine Auctions Posted 21 Jun 23:46 PDT Vendée Globe skippers: Stéphane Le Diraison Vendée Globe skippers: Stéphane Le Diraison Aiming to complete his second Vendée Globe in 80 days or less Stéphane Le Diraison is an engineer. He loves opera, history books and would like to complete his second Vendée Globe in 80 days or less. by Vendee Globe Posted 21 Jun 22:34 PDT Newport YC Shorthanded Races announcement Newport YC Shorthanded Races announcement Events at Rhode Island on Narragansett Bay remain on schedule Held annually, the New England Solo/Twin has courses of ocean triangles from 60 to 103 nm which begin and end in Narragansett Bay. The race will vary in length, depending on weather, for the Monohulls, Multihulls, and Cruising Canvas divisions. by Newport YC Posted 21 Jun 07:31 PDT 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race important update 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race important update Current items to update everyone on As we all are aware this is a very unusual year. On 19 June 2020 I went to Mackinac Island to meet with the key people we depend on to help us run the race. by Chris Clark Posted 21 Jun 07:22 PDT Anything but plain sailing through the Caribbean Anything but plain sailing through the Caribbean The race from Panama through the Caribbean Sea is a far stretch from a holiday on the relaxed paced The race from Panama through the Caribbean Sea is a far stretch from a holiday on the relaxed paced, tropical islands the Clipper Race teams will traverse. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 21 Jun 05:14 PDT Extreme Drone Catches Extreme Drone Catches Here are the bits we didn't show you... You've seen our incredible drone footage from the remotest and wildest oceans, but here are the bits we didn't show you... by The Ocean Race Posted 20 Jun 12:50 PDT J/99 Offshore Speedster #50 J/99 Offshore Speedster #50 J/99 #50 has rolled off the production line The challenging world events in the past few months have not been kind to humans, sailing, and the boating industry. To say the least, it has been devastating in terms of human cost as well as economic costs. by J/Boats Posted 20 Jun 11:08 PDT RORC Time Over Distance - Jon Holt RORC Time Over Distance - Jon Holt The Greig City Academy who started the Scaramouch Sailing Trust For the 12th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series we revealing the awe-inspiring work of the Scaramouche Sailing Trust. by RORC Posted 20 Jun 06:03 PDT North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief IMOCA Sea Trials, New Sails For Nirvana, Trade In, Trade Up! L'Occitane en Provence proves innovation is vital for the IMOCA fleet. Skipper Armel Tripon and boat designer Sam Manuard give us their impressions on their new IMOCA L'Occitane en Provence from conception to the first sea trials. by North Sails Posted 20 Jun 04:00 PDT ILCA dinghy launched in Virtual Regatta Inshore ILCA dinghy launched in Virtual Regatta Inshore The latest Olympic boat to be created in the virtual world Global eSailors will now be able to race the International Laser Class Association (ILCA) Dinghy, with the boat set to launch in Virtual Regatta Inshore on Saturday 20 June. by World Sailing Posted 20 Jun 01:46 PDT 400+ boats set sail in Online Bermuda Race 400+ boats set sail in Online Bermuda Race Racers choose 1 of 4 boat models for virtual race that replaces cancelled biennial offshore classic Instead of 200 boats starting the 52nd Newport Bermuda Race today as planned, a digital version will begin off Castle Hill Lighthouse at 1pm local time with more than twice as many boats competing. by Newport Bermuda Race Media Posted 19 Jun 09:07 PDT Planning a Sailboat Race Under COVID-19? Planning a Sailboat Race Under COVID-19? Rent PLBs from the BoatUS Foundation For America's boat and yacht clubs and other groups organizing sailboat racing this summer, the rules have all changed with COVID-19. by Scott Croft Posted 19 Jun 07:55 PDT
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